Healthcare is Broken, Yours does not Have to Be

Healthcare is Broken, Yours does not Have to Be width=
Healthcare is one of the hot-button topics in society today. Matt Larsen joins Dr. George to discuss the free market side of healthcare.Original air date: December 08, 2018

Dr. Elaina George on Liberty Talk FM - Image Rotator Photo

BY: Dr. Elaina George, Host & Contributing Health Editor
PUBLISHED: December 08, 2018

Working Around a Healthcare System that is Completely Broken

It has been found that one of the reasons for the doctor shortage is the excessive administrative paperwork required that takes time away from patient care. There is a solution which been found. Mr. Matt Larsen, the CEO, and founder of Healthscient discusses his innovative company which has developed a solution to improve the doctor-patient relationship by allowing the ability of independent and direct primary care doctors to spend more time with their patients in order to empower “care, communication, and collaboration”.

About Matt Larsen

Matt Larson Photograph

Matt Larsen is a thoughtful, well informed and engaging leader with a strategic focus on product innovation, solution adoption, and client satisfaction. Very few people are able to treat internal customers in the same positive way that they treat external customers. Matt is one of these rare individuals. He seeks and revere’s the “voice of the customer” in every aspect of his professional duties. Matt is highly successful at identifying opportunities by continuously sensing market trends, shifts and drifts to develop strategic plans to lead the end-to-end product lifecycle from identification/inception to go to market launch. Truly one of the best executives and product professionals I’ve encountered in my career.

[Healthscient – Website][Join Matt on – LinkedIn] • [Join Matt on Twitter] 

mm
Follow Dr. Elaina George:

Host

Dr. Elaina George is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist. She graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Biology, received her Master’s degree in Medical Microbiology from Long Island University, and received her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.